Arrive, say hello, and grab a drink on us!
Introduction to PPC Live UK
Talk 1 - Yasmin Williams - Contextualising Your Paid Performance
Talk 2 - Richard Ingilby - What are the pillars of PPC?
20 mins break
Talk 3 - Anu Adegbola - How not to approach automation
Q&A: All speakers back on stage for some questions
Socials & Networking
Stay Relevant & Up to Date in the world of PPC
In the very fast pace world of Paid Search, where things are changing all the time, join us to talk about what exactly is going on and how to ensure you keep testing the right things.
Experienced PPC Experts & Speakers
PPC Live UK speakers are well-known names within the industry who share their insights in the world of search. They are past speakers of BrightonSEO, Search London, HeroConf, and more.
Platform for change & Diversity
PPC Live UK is a platform that welcomes experts who have never spoken before or who feel they have never been given the opportunity. Diversity of speakers isn't just a word for us, it's in our DNA.
"What a great evening with good takeaways, lovely people (PPC'ers are the best of the best naturally) and good vibes. Thanks so much for organising. TBH, I was sure you've done this before, it felt so effortless but obviously a ton of work went into it."
Odi Caspi, Owner at EffectiveMarketing.uk
"I met in person so many of those super talented people I get to talk to about PPC on LinkedIn regularly. I was inspired by Yasmin Williams’ talk on contextualising our performance reports by looking at information sources outside of the GoogleAds UI. I was surprised to hear just how complex our jobs as PPC professionals is by breaking it down and visualising it as Pillars of PPC in Richard Ingilby’s talk."
"Such a great event at PPC Live UK yesterday! I thoroughly enjoyed getting to know more about PPC and putting faces to the names we work with on a day-to-day basis. Kudos to Anu for creating and hosting the event and for a great talk on automation. Very insightful talks from Yasmin Williams on contextualizing performance reports and Richard Ingilby on the pillars of PPC."